NECTAR Nourishing Face Oil


1 fl oz

The word nectar was originally made to describe a kind of nourishment so perfect it caused the gods to thrive, rejoicing in their immortality. Any mortal who could obtain a sip of this potent living liquid would find life eternal. Néktar (greek νέκταρ), meaning to overcome death, is a potent healer which encourages cell renewal, scavenges free-radicals and effortlessly moisturizes with nourishment fit for the gods.


Grapeseed and squalane oils reach deep into pores without leaving a greasy residue. Calendula soothes and calms irritated skin.  Argan oil smoothes the appearance of fine lines, and rosehip seed oil, full of essential fatty acids, is a superstar when it comes to fighting signs of aging. Baobab and macadamia nut oils are rich and plumping and all that your skin could need for a full day of moisture. A scent that is fresh and sweet, lingering just long enough to awaken the senses.


With a symbiotic blend of cold-pressed plant oils and steam distilled essential oils that are anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, cell-regenerative, astringent and brightening, daily use of this oil will balance your complexion while providing all the nourishment your skin needs from the outside in. Customize this to your skin’s unique needs by simply adding or subtracting a few drops.

Product Description


Grapeseed Oil*, Argan Oil*, Calendula infused Baobab and Macadamia Nut** Oils*, Squalane (olive derived), Rosehip Seed Oil*, Mixed Tocopherols (Non-GMO Vitamin E), Essential Oils Of: Geranium*, Grapefruit*, Frankincense, Carrot Seed*, Sea Buckthorn CO2*, Ylang-Ylang*

*Denotes certified organic ingredient

**Contrary to its name, the macadamia nut is actually a seed.  However, if nut allergies are a concern, it is always wise to conduct a skin patch test prior to regular use.


While skin is still damp from cleansing or toning, apply several drops to palm using fingers to gently massage into face and neck. The warmth from this repetitive motion brings nutrient-rich blood to the surface of the skin, which encourages cell turnover and leads to the production of collagen.